Marco Hatch, a Coastal Salish scholar, talks about the importance of bringing indigenous knowledge to Western research — and what science loses when we don't.
While monitoring wildlife in the Washington wilderness, researcher Clint Robins found his athleticism was as important as his GRE score.
The state's new sliding-scale approach to funding parks and recreation makes new improvements attainable for underserved communities.
As an atmospheric scientist for Washington’s Department of Ecology, Ranil Dhammapala has become one of the state’s go-to smoke experts — especially now, amid a rash of intense summertime wildfire...
Seeing few astronauts who looked like himself, Livingston L. Holder, Jr. helps young scientists of color see their faces in STEM careers.
Science camp in the Ozarks started Sightline Institute's Tarika Powell on a life-long journey to help Northwest communities push back against Big Oil.
Emerging brain cancer researcher Eric Nealy discusses escaping one of South LA’s roughest neighborhoods and the importance of representation and inclusion in STEM.
Outdoor Asian founder Christopher Chalaka talks about diversity in the outdoors and what his organization is doing to help.
A proposed liquid natural gas plant on Tacoma's waterfront has attracted protests from residents, tribes and scientists — but whether Puget Sound Energy is listening remains unknown.
Democrats have a solid majority in both houses of the statehouse for the first time in years and a long list of environmental priorities.
In a new poll, environmental interest earned its highest marks since 2001, and green groups want to capitalize in the legislative session.
Areas of the Yakima Valley and South Seattle rank high in environmental hazards, according to the University of Washington's new mapping tool.
Making sense of the clash between Canadian First Nations and the oil company looking to build a $40B pipeline.
Some of 2018's biggest environmental challenges hide hints of hope for 2019 and beyond.
Orca Task Force members are cautiously optimistic about Inslee's budget helping the Southern Residents.
WATCH: UW doctoral candidate Judy Twedt makes climate data into music.